Frederick Henry, Prince of Orange (Biographical details)
Frederick Henry, Prince of Orange (ruler; Dutch; Male; 1584 - 1647)
Also known as
Frederick Henry; Orange; Nassau; Frederik Hendrik
Son of William the Silent [q.v.]; succeeded as Stadtholder of the United Provinces on the death of his half-brother, Maurice Prince of Orange, in 1625. Leader of Dutch army in war against the Spanish.
The phrases 'Zich met Frederick Hendrick behelpen' and 'met de mantel van F. H. dekken' were common appeals for assistance in the early 18th-century.
'Princely display, the court of Frederick Henry of Orange and Amalia van Solms in The Hague', ed. Marika Keblusek & Jori Zijlmans, Historical Museum, The Hague, 1997
'Princely patrons, the collection of Frederick Henry of Orange and Amalia van Solms in The Hague', Mauritshuis 1997 (companion to above, with two catalogues)